Mario Falcone’s son Parker, 2, was rushed to hospital after getting sweetcorn lodged in his nose 


‘We waited four hours to see someone’: Mario Falcone reveals his son Parker, 2, was rushed to hospital after getting a piece of sweetcorn lodged in his nose

Mario Falcone has revealed his son Parker, two, was rushed to hospital on Saturday after getting a piece of sweetcorn stuck in his nose.

The former TOWIE star, 33, told how he and his fiancée Becky Miesner spent four hours in A&E and documented the hospital dash on Instagram.

Mario shared a video of himself on his Stories leaving the hospital with Becky, 32, and Parker and explained: ‘So, it’s been a very eventful evening. 

Scare: Mario Falcone has revealed his son Parker, two, was rushed to hospital on Saturday after getting a piece of sweetcorn stuck in his nose

‘Parker, at dinner time, got a little bit of sweetcorn stuck in his nose so we tried everything – tried to help him blow it out, tried mother’s kiss that didn’t do anything.

‘So we took him to A&E and waited for four hours to see someone and two minutes before we could see the ear, nose and throat specialist he coughed and sneezed it out himself.’

Mario then turned the camera around to show his son holding hands with Becky and added: ‘He also thought he needed an ambulance when we were at home and he was asking for an ambulance. But, yeah…’

He returned to his Stories on Sunday morning to say he was surprised to see Parker woke early after his hospital trip.

Hospital: Mario shared a photo of Parker holding the piece of sweetcorn in his hand and smiling at the camera in the hospital waiting room

Hospital: Mario shared a photo of Parker holding the piece of sweetcorn in his hand and smiling at the camera in the hospital waiting room

He wrote: 'So after 4 hours in A&E waiting to have a little piece of sweet corn removed from his nose he ended up coughing and sneezing it out himself!'

He wrote: ‘So after 4 hours in A&E waiting to have a little piece of sweet corn removed from his nose he ended up coughing and sneezing it out himself!’

He said: ‘After last night’s sweetcorn escapade, you would have thought that Parker would have liked a nice long lay-in this morning, being as he went to bed at half 11.

‘But, nope, no, no… to rub salt in the wounds he got up at 10 past six this morning. So we’re a very tired household and I’ve done the honourable hero dad thing and been to Starbucks to get us breakfast and Becky and I a very strong coffee. But today’s going to be a struggle. No more sweetcorn, ever.’

Mario also shared a photo of Parker holding the piece of sweetcorn in his hand and smiling at the camera in the hospital waiting room.

He captioned the photo: ‘So after 4 hours in A&E waiting to have a little piece of sweet corn removed from his nose he ended up coughing and sneezing it out himself!’

Clip: Mario shared a video of himself on his Stories leaving the hospital with Becky, 32, and Parker and explained: 'So, it's been a very eventful evening'

Clip: Mario shared a video of himself on his Stories leaving the hospital with Becky, 32, and Parker and explained: ‘So, it’s been a very eventful evening’

It comes after Mario was forced to call off his Italian wedding last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The father-of-one and the make-up artist were scheduled to tie the knot last May in the hard-hit country following a three-year engagement.

Mario insisted he’s hopeful their nuptials will go ahead this summer, telling Hello! magazine: ‘We hope to have the wedding in June, so we have to see how guests feel and if it’s safe to fly.

‘I always wanted to get married in Italy because of my heritage and we found this venue on the coast with insane views.’

'I always wanted to get married': Mario and Becky will tie the knot in Italy this summer after postponing their wedding last year (pictured in 2019)

‘I always wanted to get married’: Mario and Becky will tie the knot in Italy this summer after postponing their wedding last year (pictured in 2019)

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